Enrollment is a first and critical step to ensure secure and reliable population registration, voter registration or
citizen enrollment before issuing trusted identity documents. A field proven, robust and flexible enrollment solution is key for such large scale
government initiatives. Now you can mobilize Gemalto biometric registration solutions and experienced service teams to support your project. Our customers trust us to deliver. So you can.
Last updated 15 September 2018
Registration you can trust
In today's environment, authorities face numerous challenges. Enrollment is the moment when the primary document that proves an individual's identity, such as a new
national identity card, driver's license or voter ID, is created. There can be no room for error. For official documents, the use of
biometrics and face-to-face live enrollment processes is essential. From registration appointments right through to delivery, Gemalto can help you streamline the enrollment process - bringing greater convenience to citizens and guaranteeing the quality of data capture.
The Gemalto Enrollment Solution is designed to provide:
- Fast enrollment and easy to use software
- Clear and easy to use interface
- Guidance for enrollment officers at every step
- Warnings and dashboard available
- Data retrieval from reading identity documents or connecting to back-end system using legacy database
- High quality biometric data capture
- Multi – biometric capture: face, fingerprints, iris, signature
- Immediate ICAO or other quality checks
- Ensure best quality photo for printing
- Ensure optimum biometric capture for subsequent nationwide identification
- AFIS or ABIS
- Easy modification of enrollment workflow
- Various types of biometrics and peripherals supported to allow optimum project flexibility
- Various form factors supported - from mobile kits to kiosk enrollment
- Guarantee confidentiality of applicant's data during enrollment and/or transfer to central systems with secure encryption mechanisms
- Prevent unauthorized access and misuse of the application by applying user roles and segregating rights
- Track activity via logs and audit reports
Reap the benefits of enrollment best practices
Gemalto will provide the right team and partners throughout your project: from consulting, specification workshops, development and training to the deployment and support of enrollment centers countrywide.
Gemalto's expertise in providing end-to-end
biometric enrollment solutions and services has been proven in numerous projects worldwide. Typically our customers have renewed their confidence in Gemalto's solutions and expertise by commissioning further projects. Examples include Gabon, Oman, Burkina Faso, Benin or Sweden.
Gemalto's experience is a key asset for the success of your project:
- Leverage best practices with Gemalto, drawing on our involvement in over 20 national enrollment programs worldwide
- Mobilize our experienced service teams and established network of partners to support your program
In other words, our teams will save you time and efforts.
Gemalto will do more than simply listen.
We'll make sure that the solution is shaped precisely to your unique requirements.
Committed to meeting your deadlines
Enrollment programs very often require partners with
extensive industrial strength and
buying power. Gemalto has the global resources necessary to provide a genuine one-stop shop for even the most complex programs. In addition, our local project management, industrial and logistics teams offer the capabilities and commitment needed to meet the tightest of timescales.
Tailored services are provided through a network of dedicated support and maintenance teams that specialize in government program solutions. On-site technical assistance is also proposed, particularly to support our customers during deployment phases or in the first months of operation.
Get results from your solution
Here are a few examples of government projects that illustrate the wide variety of technologies and form factors employed by Gemalto to support the enrollment of citizens for identity documents, passports, driving licenses, health care, voter registration or civil registries.
GUINEA: A FAIR AND CREDIBLE ELECTION PROCESS
Millions of Guineans voted peacefully on Sunday October 11, 2015. In September 2014, the Guinea Konackry Electoral Commission issued a tender to revise the electoral register and ensure unique voter registration to allow fair elections in October 2015. This included the use of 2,700
Mobile Enrollment kits
to register citizens throughout the country, reaching even the remotest areas. It also involved hiring and training 5,000 operators to perform enrollment operations. In addition, Gemalto delivered a back-end solution comprising an Automatic Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) to ensure unique registration of citizens before issuing voter lists.
OMAN NATIONAL REGISTER: THE BACKBONE OF THE STATE MODERNIZATION
In October 2002, the Sultanate and the Royal Oman Police (ROP) launched a project to deploy a smart card-based national ID program. The core objectives were to
modernize the National Registry System (NRS), simplify and speed up administrative processes, provide better quality public services to Omani citizens and residents, promote the use of IT technology, and achieve enhanced homeland security. Since 2002, the Royal Oman Police has regularly confirmed their trust in Gemalto. Another 11 registration centers have been opened in 2015 and 22 will be in the course of 2016.
SWEDEN: OPTIMIZING INVESTMENT FOR QUALITY PUBLIC SERVICE
In March 2011, the Swedish National Police Board (Rikspolisstyrelsen), acting on behalf of the Swedish Police, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Swedish Migration Board, renewed its five-year agreement for travel documents. Gemalto manages the end-to-end delivery process, including the live enrollment solution in Sweden and production of all secure travel documents, as well as operating the issuance service. Gemalto provided over 250 kiosks to instantly capture the holder's photograph, fingerprints and signature. The system currently manages one million enrollments every year. In 2012, the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) has also deployed over 40 self-service kiosks for faster enrollment and renewal processes.
PERU: MIGRATING TO A NEW SECURE BIOMETRIC PASSPORT
In February 2016, the
first Peruvian biometric passports were delivered in Lima. The passport incorporates new security features that will enhance the security of the document. It meets rigorous international standards and is now one of the most secure passports in the world. Gemalto ensures the implementation of the complete credentials system, with the creation of 20 enrollment offices throughout Peru, incorporating over 240 enrollment stations. The company secures citizen enrollment including an
Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS), public key infrastructure (PKI) services, ePassport personalization, a contingency data center plus quality and access control across the entire biometric passport ecosystem.
As of spring 2016, Gemalto is supplying its polycarbonate contactless eID cards along with a comprehensive suite of enrollment, card personalization and issuance solutions for the reliable management of all processes.
Gemalto also supplies the Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems ( AFIS) necessary for this project to guarantee that the principle of one identity-one person is maintained.
The enrollment system are being deployed in 100 civil registry and passport offices, enabling MOI staff to capture the personal and biometric data of citizens for duplication-free entry onto the National Registry.
INDIA: A FOUNDATIONAL DIGITAL ID SCHEME FOR 1,22B PEOPLE
Aadhaar started back in 2009, and the basic concept is simple.
Biographic and biometric data is captured from all Indian residents aged over 18. This means name, date of birth, gender, address, a photograph, and ten fingerprint and two iris scans.
Each resident is then issued with their own, unique 12-digit Aadhaar number.
In the search for biometric enrolment solutions capable of capturing fingerprint and iris scans from over one billion people, the Indian authorities turned in particular to 3M Cogent– now a Gemalto company for aadhar enrollment.
Tools supplied included the CS 500e lightweight ten-print scanner.
As well as being certified by the UIDAI, this proven fingerprint scanner is compliant with NIST and FBI standards. In addition, the Aadhaar program utilizes the CIS 202 Dual Iris Capture Scanner.
As the name suggests, this is capable of simultaneously capturing dual irises. It is unaffected by ambient lighting, and other key features include liveness detection.
For authentication, Gemalto is supplying its highly portable CSD200i.
It is a single-digit (one finger) optical fingerprint scanner with a durable compact casing. Powered by USB 2.0, the connection allows for easy integration with applications. It eliminates excess cables and the need for an image capture board. This fingerprint scanner is ideal for network biometric authentication.